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Vineet Chaudhary
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Australia is a country that has always been supportive of cryptocurrencies and crypto exchanges. Recently, Gemini Trust Company have launched their crypto exchange platform in Australia. People in Australia can download the Gemini Mobile App to store their cryptocurrencies as well as buy and sell them. The cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, bitcoin cash, ether, litecoin, and zcash are available on the exchange.

Gemini is expanding their horizons, and they are planning to grow in all the countries that are supportive of cryptocurrencies to provide the service of their platform to as many people as possible. Australia bagged the 12th position globally for bitcoin trading volume, and Gemini is positive that their service will help more and more people in adopting cryptocurrencies.

Gemini is available in 49 U.S. states, Puerto Rico, Canada, Hong Kong, South Korea, United Kingdom and now in Australia as well. Gemini offers an open market to people to trade in cryptocurrency as well as in fiat currency. It allows the users to transfer USD to and from their bank accounts.

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